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U4D in its effects on the disposi-
lion. I he man who can t com
fortable digest his dinner is not .
a delightful companion.
AD in its effects on the house
Mia , It sets people at variance
with, each other and makes them
irregular and unreasonable.
'AD in its effects on the purse.
A dyspeptic business man can t
manage his affairs as prosper,
ously as one with a healthy
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rOOD n tts effects on the dys
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plrtU, A. feeling of having neglected
ome daty, Vtcaltieaa, Flnttaring at tha
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ail imparities through these three ' ecav
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akin and a vigorous body. TUTTS FILLS
cause no nausea or griping nor Interfere
with daily work and are a porfeot
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
. HE FEELS LIKE A SEW HAH.
MI hare had Dyspepsia, with Constipa
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IfTTI MAMAL OF U8EFIL RECEIPTS Em.
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The Daily -Bulletin.
OrriCE: NO. 78 OHIO LKVEE.
OFFICIAL FAPKK OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
KNTKH&U AT TUB CAIHO P08TOFP1CB FOB
rBANRMIiaiON TO BOUGH THK MAILS AT
IKCOND CLASS RATES.
Tbe widow of Wm. Alba, deceased,
obtained judgment ia the circuit court here
Monday against tbe Order of Knights of
tbe Golden Rule, for $2,000 insurance on
ber husbands life, which tbe order withheld
on the ground that deceased bad not paid
tbe last assessment within the time required
by the rules of the order. It appeared, how
ever, that the assfsanieut had been sent from
hers before tbe expiration of tbe time,
though it did not reach its destination
until after such time. The tact tbat it had
been sent within the time was taken as suf
ficient to bring ititbinth requirements
of tbe rule claimed to havs beon violated.
Tbil is tilts Shawnee News' view of the
matter: "We notice that a number of
towns are putting in hr the doutbenr Illi
nois Normal. If it leaves Carbondale, no
license town should have it. Fairfield or
Enfield are good points for such an Institu
tion, but Carbondale it seems to us should
have no opposition, unless it can be shown
tbat she has not done the proper thing here
tofore. Tbe school has been a grand suc
cess, and to the people of Carbondale be
longs a full share of the credit. Anything
in the nature of a contest may so divide tbe
friends nl education in this end of the state
a to defeat the great work entirely."
' A. small temperancecrusade has broken
out in Wabash. Thursday a procession
headed by a brass band and with flying
banners paraded the streets. The commis
sioners' court is ia session, and tbe object
was to impress. that body into refusing to
grant license to those who have applied.
There is a great deal of excitement, and the
teeling between the warring factions runs
high. A number of applications have been
defeated, and more will share the same
fate. The male gender are the chief movers
this time, only six women being actively en
gaged in tbe movement.
Bloomington Bulletin: "The Cham
paign Gazette says Gov. Hamilton has done
himself credit by appointing Mr. Parker
Earle, of Cobden, Union county, trustee of
the Illinois Industrial University, in place
of J, J. Bird, of Cairo, tbe colored man and
brother appointed by Gov. Bevtride as
a reward for political services. The Gazette
says: Bird knew nothing about the duties
of the position, seldom attended tho board
meetings, and was no credit to eithtr him
self, the University, or his race." This
does great injustice to Judge Bird, the col
ored man who atood between tie lato col
ored convention and the Republican party.
lbs is one of the most intelligent men in the
state. He knew all about bis duties as
trmtee of the Industrial University, attend
ed its meetings, and was a credit to him
self, tbe Republican party, and his race.
Ue was treated with great disrespect by tbe
white members of tiie board because he was
black, and was actually diiven out of tbe
board by Republicm ostracism. lie never
theless remains faithful to the Republican
party, for which ue has done much service
and from which he has nceived no kind
ness or reward."
For sirue time back tbe show windows
of Messrs. Clark & Love it's establishment
on Eighth street, have beeu adorned with
oil paiutingsof flowers and shrubbery taken
there to be mounted in handsome frames.
These paintings were the productions of
borne artists, young ladies wbo reside
among us, and who, judging from the speci
mens displayed, have acquired great skill in
this beautiful art. There are now display
ed in tbe windows named, specimens of
work from the bands of Miss Maud Ritten
house, Miss Emma James and Miss Schut
ter, which are admirable productions in
every wsy and reflect much credit upon
tbe amateure artists. The high degree of
perfection attained by the young ladies i9
the more to be admired because it is the
result of close application to a practical
study of (he beautiful in home adornment,
only duing their leisure hours that is,
painting Is resorted to by them as a sort of
rreation. diversion from their other,
more necessary and more prosaic duties at
home and elsewhere. Uuder these circum
stances the persistency which led to the de
velopment ota talent to the degree shown
in the specimens referred to is only the
more deserving of praise.
Comptrpller Howley baa of late given
the Cleveland Rubber company some at
tention'. The company owes the city for
over thousand feet of hose which it sent
here and guaranteed for ferty-two months
at a certain test. The hose failed consider
ably to come up to this guaranty, for it
wss all useless long ago, and the forty-two
months expired only Monday last. To sev
eral letters written by the comptroller the
company has made no reply. The hose
wss bought at 90 cents per foot, hence the
amount due tbe city from tbe company is
$945. Some time ago the city council
passed a resolution requesting Corporation
Counselor W. li. Gilbert to institute legal
proceedings against the company to recov
er the amount due tbe city ; and also j an
other resolution instructing the then-City
Comptroller Foley to tend the company t
copy of the former resolution. The matter
it, therefore, already in the hands of the
CAIRO BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 19, U88.
city's legal representative in all matters ot
more than ordinary importance, and the
knowledge of this fact is, perhaps, the
cause ot the company's silence now, for
Comptroller Foley notified it promptly of
the action of the city council. And being
in the bauds of Counselor Gilbert, tbe city's
interests in tbia little matter are probably
Col. Graham Dukebart, of Baltimore,
Md., Commander of thu G. A. R, writes
tbat be has received very great benefit
from the me of 8t. Jacobs Oil tor rheuma
tism. KIVEK 1NKW8.
W. F. uabbdib-, river editor of i'aa Bh.liti
and steam hot passenger , asfent. Orders for all
kinds of steamboat Job printing solicited. Office
at Bowur's KaroDein Hotel. No. 73 Oblo leree.
STAGES OF THE RIVER.
The river marked by the gauge at this
port at 8 p. m. 14 feet 1 1 inches and falling.
Chattanooga, Doc. 18. River S fest 2
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Dec. 18. River 13 feet 3 in
ches and falling.
Louisville, Dec. 18. River fJ fast 7
inches and rising.
Nashville,' Dec. 18. River 7 feet 0 in
ehes and falling.
Pittsburg, Dec. 18. River 8 feet 11 in
ches and falling.
8t. Louis, Dec. 18. River 8 feet 5 in
ches snd falling.
The prospect for a sudden suspension of
navigation in the upper Mississippi, and
likely tbe Ohio is imminent as the weather
has turned very cold and heavy ice already
ruuning in the Mississippi.
The W. P. Halliday for New Orleans left
here last night with a big trip for down
Tbe Ch as. Morgan arrived here at 5:30
p. tn. yesterday. She bad a fine trip of
freight and tha largest passenger trip this
season going south. She received about
100 tons here, 84 deckers and 8 cabin pas
sengers. Departed at midnight.
The Paris C. Brown and not the Springer
as we stated in yesterday's ifsue will report
here to day for Cincinnati.
The Henry A. Tyler ia over due trora
Memphis for Paducah. There is some
doubt in regard to continuing in the trade.
Tbe Cons. Millar trom Memphis is due
to-morrow evening Tor Cincinnati.
Look out for tbe Vint Shinkie this morn
ing, she is bouud for Memphis and you bet
"she'll git there,"
Tbe Belle Hbreveport from Cincinnati is
the next BigO. Liner, and will report here
to-morrow for New Orleans.
Jumbo will be here to-morrow going
The Mary Houston left Ciocinnsti last
night for New Orleans.
Capt. W. C. Tichenor ia still in the ring
and not at all disfigured. He is advertised
to leave Cincinnati Saturday with the big
stern-w heeler steamer Carrier for New Or
leans, but he didn't get a day in the Big O.
The Morgan is in port and will lay over
until noon to-day.
Tbe Wyoming leaves Cincinnati Fridsy
tor New Orleans.
The Andy Baum is looked-to leave the
Queen City this evening for Memphis,
The City of Providence from St. Louis
is due to-night for Vicksburg.
The Belle Memphis is due up to night for
The Ella Kirabrough will leave this
morning for Cepe Girardeau.
President Lincoln's Dream.
I: i. not generally known th.it Pres
ident Lincoln one? dreamed that he
would be assassinated. W'hilo ho wan
neither a professor of religion, nor
even fixed in his bolief in one particu
lar crwd, still he was fond of rending
and discussing the bible. On Sunday
evening he invariably road a chapter
or two from the scriptures, and then
gave his explanation of it. One even
ing at the white house he rend several
passages both from the Old and New
Testaments relating to dreams, to
which Mrs. Lincoln .and the children
gave great attention. He began to
chat with them on the subject of
dreams, and said he had been haunted
for some days by a dream he had had.
Of course they all wanted him to tell
it, though Mrs. Lincoln said she didn't
believe in dreams in tho least, and was
astonished at him. So ho proceeded to
tell it. "About teu days ago I retired
one night quito lato. I had been tip
waiting for important dispatches from
the front, and could not have beeu iu
bed long wlu n I foil into slumber, fur
I was very weary. During my si um
ber I began to dream. I thought there
was a stillnes about me, and I heard
weeping. I thought that 1 got up and
wandered down stuirs. The same still
ness was there. As I went from room
to room I heard moaning and weeping.
At, length I eanm to ino end room,
which I entered, and there before mo
was a magnificent dais on which was a
corpse. Here thorn were sentries nnd
a crowd of people. I inid to one of
the soldfers; 'Who is dead at the white
houseP' He answered: 'The president."
'How did he d.c?' I asked. -By the
hand of an assassin,' was the reply.
Then 1 heard a great wailing all over
the house, and it was so loud it seemed
to awaken me. 1 awoke much depress
ed aud slept oo ntore that night. Such
was my dream.'' l'rra that time un
til his sad death' Mr. Lincoln was
haunted bv the fear of assassination,
and Mrs. Lincoln's first words after
Wilkes Booth had shot him on April 14
were: "His dream was prophetic.'1
The remark was not understood then,
but when tbe story of his dream , was
subsequently told it was explained.
A suggestion comes from Philadel
phia for tho application of co-operative
principles to family oooking. The
idea is to have meals supplied to
houses through pipes, like gas and
steam. The dwellers in n block are
recommended to combine, and erect in
the center of their square a common
kitchen of suliiuient capacity to supply
all their wants. This kitvhen is to be
connected with each house by covered
steam-pipes largo enough to admit for
passago a covered ami heated car, In
which the food can be placed. By
means of the telephone n housekeeper
can order the kind of dinner desired,
and when the dinner hour arrives all
she will have to do will be to turn a
stop-cock and have the food shot, piping
hot, right upon the table. This would
dispense with Bridget's services in the
kitchen, and would afford many other
reliefs which have long been "desired
in every household. If the head of
the house objected to the breakfast
coffee, or to the cooking of the dinner,
instead of making himself disagreea
ble about it in the family circle, he
could step to the telephone and "blow
up" the cook. The fact that tho cook
was at a distance would add to the
relief thus afforded, for it is much
easier to call a person disagreeable
names through a telephone than in his
But the most welcome gain of all
would be the respite from household
cares which the system would bring to
the woman of the house. She would
not have to go to market, and would
be spared the periodic struggles with
the cook for the control of her own
premises. This is where the proposed
reform is likely to secure its greatest
favor. The "want" of the period is a
system of housekeeping which has no
burdens of any kind. Hotel llf does
not meet it, because, while it gives re
lief from household cares, it does not
furnish any of the blearing of home
life. The great apartment houses,
with restaurants attached, come nearer
to it, but there are defects in their sys
tems. Why should not the Philadel
phia idea be. eularged and applied to
all the principal demands of house
keeping? If meals can be sent through
pipes, why stop there? The block
kitchen might be enlarged into a cen
tral reservoir. If a tiro of coals was
wanted, a pipe might be connected
with the back of tne crate, and a
ready made fire might be dumped into
it in a twinkling, with none of the
usual concomitants of shavings, kind
ling wood and dust By another pipe
the ashes might bo returned by simply
touching a spring. So," also, in the
matter of servants. A supply could
always be kept on hand at the rvser
voir. and a ring of a bell might bring a
chambermaid, a porter, or a waitress.
Housekeeping would thus be reduced
to a system of pipes and electric bells.
.V. 1". Ei'ewH'i Pod.
,.. . i ayjr .js- -
A Eomauuo Z'..
TheVienna German Zcitung publish"
a letter from Kossuth addressed to Dr.
Cotuos, about his briliant defense of
the Jews in the Tizla Eszlar affair.
After congratulating the advocate, tho
old dictator related an incident that
happened some thirty years ago in the
"Au individual named Bartoa Saudo,
who hated the Jews," writes Kossuth,
"had become enamored of beautiful
young Jewess, called Julia Weiss. He
desired to convert her. and then take
her into his service.
"Julia Wei-s repulsed the man nnd
would listen to nothing he said. Somo
time later Julia Bcrees. a young
Christ ian girl, one of Julia Weiss s best
friends disappeared. The Jewess wes
inconsolable. Saudos had her brought
before him, and violently apostrophiz
ing her, demanded to know the w here
abouts of Juiia Bcrees. '
" "How should 1 know?" replied the
"'Where have you taken her?"
" T:'" said Julia, astonished.
" "Yes, you. And .since vou dare not
avow it, f 11 tell on. Julia Bcrees is
lying yonder by tho stone bridge, dead.
'Twas you who struck her to death with
" 'Oli! She was my intimate friend!"
" 'Be silent. A Christian can not be
friends with a Jew, and to follow the
closer descriptions of your Talmud, you
have washed your hnnds in the blood
of a Christian,' thinking thereby to be
come still more beautiful.'
"In vain the poor girl pleaded that
she knew nothing ot the Talmud, or
scarcely how to read or write. She was
thrown into prison, passed before tho
Assizes, and was condemned to death.
By reason of her outh, her punish
ment was commuted to hard labor (or
"Two years had passed, and the
poor girl could not comprehend why
she was so tortured. One day she was
taken before t he direct rice of the prison,
who received her with great kindness
and the startling in elligence that she.
was to bo immediately set free. At
the atne. time she was presented with
a purse of twenty-tive ducats, as a gift
from the emperor.
"At, the prison gato Julia Weiss em
braced her family, who were waiting
her there. 'Twns then they told her
that, three weeks previously, her persii
ou tor. Bartos Saudos, had beeu found
dead, and that in his pocket wr.s dis
covered a written confession, in which
ho acknowledged having killed Julia
Berecs, and having falsely accused the
voting Jewess. He proclaimed Julia
Weiss's innocence, and begged hor to
prnv for him. He also loft Tits fortune
In legacy to her. Julia Weiss refused
that tort line.
"From the lips of the young girl
herself," continued Kossuth. "I neard
Only a Bby,
This is a baby. Jt Is a girl baby.
How sloppy its chin Is! How red its
eyes! Y hat horrid contortions it makes
with its face! See how savagely It
kicks! How sour it sniellsl How like
a demon it yells! Yet in ft few short
years somot'nian will bo half-oraaod
with wild suspense, worshipping tho
very air this belug breathes, devoutly
kneeling at her feet. and. frantically
begging for. ono word, ono pressure! ol
tho hand, even u look, which will give
him hopo-,A'Aj(etyM' CV't. ' 1 I '
"Wm. Lndwiff & Co.,
NO. 119 COMMERCIAL AVENUE, CAIRO, ILL.
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